Marijuana legalization has done many things for the state of Colorado. Crime is down, spirits are up, and the economy is flourishing thanks to new businesses and tourist attractions. There are also thousands of new jobs that have been born since marijuana legalization. From growers, trimmers and budtenders (think bartenders who specialize in cannabis-related products … More Be a Part of a Budding Industry by Working in Weed
Cannabis culture is largely male-dominant, but that may be changing thanks to marijuana legalization. In addition to the greater number of women fessing up to their cannabis support, women also finally claiming their seats at the big-kid table in terms of cannabis-related businesses, too. Even though the number if male-headed canna businesses is still greater … More Could Canna Businesses Help Bridge the Gender Gap?
Marijuana legalization has created thousands of jobs for those lucky enough to live in a pro-pot state, and those jobs are certainly proving to be lucrative. But even if you don’t live in a marijuana-friendly state, you can still make a profit off of this booming business by becoming an affiliate marker. How does affiliate … More Profit From Pot; Become an Affiliate
Pot is a booming business, and many are eager to be a part of the “green rush” by investing in marijuana-related businesses. But savvy investors know that just because an idea sounds good doesn’t make it profitable. If you would like to invest in marijuana stocks, it’s important to know what you’re investing in. You see, … More Investing Wisely; How to Pick the Best Marijuana Stocks
Despite some complications surrounding the Clean Indoor Air Act, more and more clubs geared toward the marijuana enthusiast are popping up around Colorado. Operating as “private” or “members only” clubs to bypass the law, these clubs offer different membership options ranging from a simple pay-as-you-enter place to toke your own to dab lounges that offer … More Cannabis Clubs are Coming to Colorado
Marijuana legalization in Colorado has largely been viewed as a social experiment which many people expected to fail. Some speculated that legalization would lead to more fatalities, an increase in crime and a larger black market targeted towards youth. But, despite the worries, things have not gone from bad to worse in Colorado. Over … More (Not All of Colorado is High) Crime, Teen Marijuana Use and Suicide Down After Marijuana Legalization
The second ever job fair dedicated to jobs in the cannabis industry has been set for September 16, 2014 at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Co. The event is set up to host many different cannabis industries and include positions in IT, marketing, distribution and cultivation, and could potentially offer hundreds of Colorado residents new employment in the … More Need a Job? Consider a Career in Cannabis
A recent bill has been passed in Berkley, CA which requires that dispensaries set aside two percent of their product to donate to charity. These donations are then given to qualifying citizens, specifically individuals who earn less than $32,000 or families of four who earn less than $46,000 per year as long as it’s considered … More Could Marijuana Donations Help Medicate the Poor?
Weed may be legal in Colorado and Washington, but it certainly isn’t cheap (granted, if you have a medical card, you can save up to 50 percent off of retail prices, but an average eighth will still cost around $40). If you’re like me, all you want is to have your weed and smoke it, … More 5 Brilliant Ways to Make Your Pot Stash Last
There’s a new fad in coffee consumption that involves the blending of butter, coconut oil and organic coffee to create what is called “bulletproof coffee”. The term was coined by its creator, Dave Asprey, after modifying the yak butter tea recipe he picket up in Tibet. Despite being chalked-full of fat, bulletproof coffee is supposed … More Canna-Butter in My Coffee? Yes, please!